Activity Report

Calls for Service July 8, 2013

A 26 year old Woodbury resident reported he was assaulted by a 33 year old Woodbury resident. The victim stated he wished to sign complaints and was directed to the court clerk’s office.

 

Police were dispatched to a domestic violence incident on High Street. All domestic violence guidelines were completed. Complaints were filed.

 

Officers responded to a call of a male staggering on S. Broad Street. Officers located the male, a 27 year old Deptford resident.  The subject was found to be in possession of CDS. The accused was placed under arrest and appropriate charges were filed.

 

A Morris Street resident reported upon her return home, juveniles were in her back yard hanging around her pool. Some property was damaged. The juveniles fled upon her arrival. The complainant was advised officers will keep a check on the property.

 

Police observed a male drinking from a paper bag at the Luk Oil. The male was stopped and the bag was found to contain open alcohol. The alcohol was destroyed and the container trashed. The accused was also found to have an active outstanding warrant for his arrest. The accused was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. At headquarters the accused was released on his own recognizance by the issuing municipality with a new court. He was issued his summonses and released from custody.

 

CVS employees reported an attempted shoplifting. The 29 year old Mullica Hill resident attempted to conceal items on her person. The accused was issued a “No Trespass” letter by CVS advising her she is not to return. Complaints were not signed.

 

Maple Street residents advised they heard a loud bang and found someone had thrown eggs at their property. The victim was able to follow the suspects to their home. The suspects were juveniles. Officers spoke with the parents to advise them of the situation.

 

Calls for Service July 3-7, 2013

A Woodbury resident reported to police headquarters for questions regarding child custody issues. A report was filed at the complainant’s request.

 

WaWa Food Market employees contacted police regarding an unwanted person. The 66 year old Woodbury resident was advised in the past not to be in the WaWa market. He was issued a summons for trespassing.

 

A Progress Avenue resident reported his home was burglarized. Several items were missing. The homeowner was advised a report would be on file. The stolen items were entered into NCIC.

 

Police responded to a N.  Broad Street residence for a fireworks complaint. The 48 year old resident was located as were the fireworks. The accused was also in possession of open alcohol. The fireworks were confiscated and defused. Appropriate summonses were issued.

 

A Franklin Street resident reported her vehicle’s window was broken by a brick. A search of the area proved negative for any accused.

 

Police were dispatched to an Edith Avenue residence for a cut screen. Entry was not made into the home. The homeowner was advised to contact the police if anything or anyone suspicious is in the area.

 

While on a motor vehicle stop it was discovered the operator had an active outstanding warrant for his arrest. The 29 year old Camden resident was placed under arrest. Search incident to arrest revealed the accused was in possession of CDS. The accused was transported to police headquarters. The issuing municipality released the accused on his own recognizance with a new court date. The accused was served with his summonses and released from custody.

 

An E. Barber Avenue resident reported three canvas folding chairs were removed from his backyard. The homeowner believes juveniles may be the culprits. There are no suspects at this time.

 

Police were dispatched to Inspira Hospital for an out of control patient. The 39 year old Wenonah resident assaulted medical personnel. The accused was turned over to hospital custody. She was served with her complaint.

 

Officers responded to the Tatum Street area for solicitation. The complainant advised the male who was doing the soliciting was rude and harassing him. The male was located and advised of the complaint. The 19 year old Wyncote, Pa. resident was advised of the need to have a permit to solicit in the City. The company manager was contacted and advised a complaint would be signed.

 

WaWa Food Market contacted police regarding a female in the store cursing and attempting to start an argument with customers. The 37 year old Woodbury resident was located and advised of the complaint. She was also advised not to return to WaWa. No complaints were signed at this time.

 

A 50 year old Woodbury resident was observed with an open container of alcohol on private property on S. Broad Street. The area was clearly posted no trespassing. The accused was issued a summons for trespassing and possession of an open container of alcohol.

 

Police were dispatched to Woodlake Apartments for a domestic violence incident. All domestic violence guideline were completed.

 

Officers observed a 50 year old Woodbury resident standing in the street on S. Broad Street. The subject was attempting to cross the street against the signal causing vehicles to swerve to avoid striking him. The subject was issued a summons for obstructing the flow of traffic.

 

An employee of Woodbury Mews notified police regarding juveniles damaging the Conrail fence on Green Avenue. Officers observed the top of the fencing to be damaged. Conrail was notified. There were no suspects located in the surrounding area.

 

A 23 year old Woodbury resident advised she was receiving harassing text messages and telephone calls from a 46 year old Camden resident. Police made contact with the accused and advised her not to contact the complainant. The subject agreed to stop making any attempt to contact the complainant.

 

A 71 year old Woodbury resident advised police he has been receiving harassing telephone calls.  When he answers the phone, no one is there. He contacted his phone provider who advised he should make a police report.

 

A 76 year old Woodbury resident advised police of unauthorized withdrawals on his debit card. The bank advised the victim to make a police report. Investigation to continue.

 

Police responded to the S. Broad Street area for two males soliciting money from passersby. The two accused were also blocking the sidewalk obstructing anyone attempting to pass. The accused were each issued a summons for obstructing the sidewalks.

 

Several individuals were issued occupant standard violations; residing in a rental unit and not on the  lease.

 

A 47 year old Hessian Avenue resident advised a Pennsville resident repeatedly comes to his property trespassing. He was advised of the procedure to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 

The County Surrogate’s office contacted police regarding suspicious phone calls regarding an employee. They were advised a report would be on file and to contact the police immediately if they continue.

 

A Watkins Avenue resident reported his debit card stolen. The victim has already closed the account. He was advised a report would be on file.

 

 

 

Calls for Service July 2, 2013

Officers were dispatched to a domestic violence incident at the Woodlake Apartment complex. All domestic guidelines were completed.

 

Woodbury units responded to Inspira Hospital for a Mickelton resident who wished to make a report.

The victim advised she was being harassed via text messaging. No complaints were pursued at this time.

 

Several residents were issued summonses for occupant standard violations; living in a rental unit and not being on the lease.

 

Police were dispatched to a Horace Street residence for a bicycle theft report. The victim stated the bicycle was taken some time last week and they did not report it to the police at the time. The victim stated he observed a female riding his bicycle. He provided an address to officers who will follow up on this investigation.

 

A 50 year old Woodbury resident was observed on S.  Broad Street causing a disturbance. Officers stopped the male who appeared to be intoxicated. The accused became loud and disruptive, yelling profanities. The accused was issued a summons for breach of peace.

 

Police were called to a S. Broad Street residence for an intoxicated 50 year old resident. The female was arguing loudly with the landscaper and causing a disturbance. The accused was issued a summons for disorderly conduct.

 

A Penn Street resident was placed under arrest for theft of services. The homeowner has been receiving water from the City of Woodbury. Payment on the account has remained unpaid.

 

 

 

Calls for Service July 1, 2013

Officers were dispatched to a domestic violence incident at a Carpenter Street residence. All domestic violence guidelines were completed.

 

A Glover Street resident advised police he was assaulted in his home. The victim was unable to provide information on the accused. If the identifying information becomes available, the victim will sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 

Police observed a 50 year old Woodbury resident in the park located on E. Barber and S. Broad Street drinking from on open alcoholic container. The accused was issued a summons. The alcohol was destroyed and properly disposed.

 

Officers responded to the Inspira Hospital Emergency Room for a visitor creating a disturbance. The 30 year old Piscataway NJ resident was argumentative and refused to leave the hospital. Officers escorted the accused from the hospital. He was issued a summons for disorderly conduct. An open container of alcohol was located in the accused pants pocket. He was also issued a summons for open container of alcohol. The alcohol was destroyed and properly disposed.

 

A 42 year old Woodbury resident was observed in the area of S. Broad and Centre Streets drinking from an open container of alcohol. The accused was stopped and issued a summons for consuming alcohol in public and an open container of alcohol. The alcohol was destroyed and the container was placed in the trash.

 

An E. Centre Street resident has been charged with theft of services. The water to the residence was turned off by Public Works.

 

Calls for Service June 28-30, 2013

 

Police responded to a disturbance in the parking lot of the Acme Markets. A 36 year old Philadelphia resident and a 32 year old Woodbury resident were having an argument regarding pedestrian safety. Both were advised of the procedures to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 

Officers were called for a suspicious male and female on N. Broad Street in the area of McDonald’s Restaurant. The couple was located and advised of the reason for the stop. The 45 year old male Camden resident was found to be in possession of an open container of alcohol. The alcohol was properly disposed. The subject was issued a summons for open container.

 

While on a motor vehicle stop, the driver provided a false name to officers. The 39 year old Carney’s Point resident was charged with obstruction and issued the appropriate traffic summonses.

 

A 21 year old Runnemede resident reported damage to his vehicle while in the parking lot of the White House Apartments. A metal pole from a broken parking sign was sticking up from the ground and caused the complainant to get a flat tire. The landlords were notified of the issue.

 

A 42 year old Woodbury resident was observed on S. Broad Street at the bus stop consuming alcoholic beverages. He was issued the appropriate summons. The alcohol was destroyed and disposed.

 

A 34 year old Woodbury resident known to police to have active outstanding warrants for his arrest was located on S. Broad Street. The accused was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. At headquarters the accused was turned over to the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Department in default of bail.

 

Several residents were issued summonses for violation of the occupant standard municipal ordinance; residing in a rental property and not being on the lease.

 

A Hesters Avenue resident reported his shed was burglarized. The she was unlocked at the time of the theft. Incident remains under investigation.

 

Officers observed a 27 year old Paulsboro resident on S. Broad Street drinking from an open container of alcohol while at the bus stop. The accused became loud and yelling obscenities as officers advised him the reason for their stop. The accused was issued a summons for breach of peace and open container of alcohol. The alcohol was properly disposed.

 

A 53 year old Woodbury resident reported she lost her driver’s license while traveling. She was advised a report would be on file.

 

Police observed two individuals at the bus stop on N. Broad Street with open containers of alcohol. The 50 year old Barrington resident was issued a summons for open container of alcohol and consuming alcohol in public. He was released at the scene. The 51 year old Woodbury resident was also issued summonses for the same offense. He was also found to have active outstanding warrants for his arrest. He was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. At headquarters the accused was released on his own recognizance by the issuing municipality. The accused was served with his summonses, new court date and released from custody.

 

A 42 year old Woodbury resident was found to be lying on the pavement in the area of E. Barber Avenue blocking passage for residents. The accused was awakened and immediately became belligerent with officers, using profanities and causing a disturbance. The accused was issued a summons for breach of peace.

 

While on a motor vehicle stop officers found the operator to have an active outstanding warrant for her arrest. The 26 year old West Deptford resident was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. At headquarters the accused was able to post bail and was released with a new court date.

 

A 42 year old Woodbury resident was found sleeping on a vacant property on W. Centre Street. The accused has been advised numerous times not to be on the property. The accused was issued a summons for trespassing.

 

An AT&T Employee advised officers while doing maintenance work on the tower on Gantt Avenue, he discovered copper bus bars and grounding wires had been removed. Incident remains under investigation.

 

 

 

 

 
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